Diwali is said to be the biggest festival of India and the perfect time to bring on your style game. How interesting would it be to match your outfit this Diwali with your partner! As twining is another trend this season then why not for Diwali. The perfect time of the year to show your ethnic styling skills and get all those eyes on you. Doesn’t this sound interesting? So, let’s put up some twining ideas for you down here:
The festive season in India is all about going traditional and look desi, right? But you can always add a hint of your style (a western touch) to it.
For woman – wear your short dress with any embroidery or glass work on it and pair it with a long cutwork skirt to bring a little calmness to the heavy work on top with a nice pair of heels and avoid wearing jewelry or stay minimalist with the jewelry.
For man – a simple plain kurta-pajama with a fun embroidered/glass work bomber jacket and pair it with a classy pair of formal shoes to complete the look and head out with your partner to get all the compliments in your pocket.
The most fun and interesting way to pair your traditional attire and look super cool in your desi party
For woman – wear a plain saree of your choice (with a little shine maybe silk) and add your favorite crochet denim jacket and pair it up with nice sandals and silver earrings and you are ready to rock the party.
For man – so all you men out there match your outfit with your partner by wearing your simple boring kurta pajama and adding your denim jacket to it and a pair of Kolhapuri chappals and a nice watch and complement your partner like a pro.
#THAT BOHO TOUCH
Bring out that bohemian in you and look super stylish and fun this Diwali
For woman – get those bellbottom front slit denim out and pair them up with your asymmetrical kurta and add a nice funky boho neckpiece and a pair of sandals and stand out in the party.
For man – match up with your partner by wearing your favorite denim and fun colorful stripe kurta with a simple stoll and a pair of loafers and make the party much more interesting.
#BELT IT UP IN CLASS
This is my favorite looks just add a formal touch to your informal outfit this Diwali
For women – wear you animal print georgette saree and top it up with a belt on your waist and a pair of nude heels and tassel earrings and look the queen of classiness
For man – wear your favorite pants and button-down shirt complementing your partner and be a gentleman by topping it up with gallace belt and a pair of matching loafers. Do you anything good be as classy as this pairing?
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